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2 West 45th Street * New York City 



Telephone: VAnderbilt 6-14.71 



HAROLD WILLrS DODDS 

SIDNEY B. FAY 

ABRAHAM FLEXNER 

HARRY A, GARFIELD 

ROBERT M, HUTCHINS 

HENRY N. MAC CRACKEN 



GENERAL COMMITTEE 

ROBERTA. MILLIKAN 
WESLEY C. MITCHELL 
HAROLD C. MOULTON 
WILLIAM A NEILSON 
MARION EDWARDS PARK 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



WALTER DILL SCOTT 
ROBERT G. SPROUL 

OSWALD VEBLEN 
RAY LYMAN WILBUR 
ERNEST H. WILKINS 
MARY E, WOOLLEY 



STEPHEN DUCGAN, Chairman 

NELSON P. MEAD. Stcrttory 

FRED M STEIN. Trcaiurtr 

ALFRED E. COHN. Aiiiiiant Trtaiurer 

FRANK AYDELOTTE 

L. C DUNN 



BERNARD FLEXNER 

ALVIN JOHNSON 

HERTHA KRAUS 

CHARLES J. LIEBMAN 

HENRY ALLEN MOE 

HARLOW SHAPLEY 



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Dear 7rofeB:-f)r Tins^r.: 

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in whose behalf an application for a followship has been oade. 

He should greatly appreciate having from you a statement con- 
cerning the scholarly or professional standing of this candi- 
date . with particular reference to ability to carry out tho 
work which has been proposed. It would be helpful if you 
would also lot us have a jud-ment concerning the value of the 
proposed project, which has dsen described as £ ..It-r" - 
-_.:-. , .^- yrerich rel tiins in t-ie last cer."-*irles. 



Anything you say will be held in the strictest confidence. 

A return envelope is enclosed for your reply. Thank you for 
your courtesy. 

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Januery 13»1945 

liiso Botty Drury» 

Exccirtive Secretary 

uiorcencj- Ccx:i.'iittQe in Aid of Displaced Scl'.olfo'e 

2 v/ct 4[j-'oh S-^reet 

ne;v York City 

Deer Uice Drurj*, 

I GT.; in receipt or your rerueot of Jnnuöry 11 for infornation 
rcc--rc;iiiG Di"» ^^^so Diober onr I a:, very Iicppy to urite in ßur;port of hie ep^li- 
cation« 

I liavo knor^n of Dr. Dieber'c \7orl: ever einoo 1930 uhen I nyself 
becnn to devote cycclf to cpeciclieecl Dtiic';' of Gernari Idctory. I usqC hio 7;ritten 
worhs Vind fcun.\ -her: to bo nodeis of exy-ert and conscientiouG scholercl.ip of tho 
firet order. Kic re-,ut&tion euono scholars in Gernany as v7g11 as a::;on'^ tl.ooe of 
U8 in this countr;,' r;ho foiloved Gernan acadendc scholarship aas outstanding. I» 
therefore, feel tha^ he should receive your ^ö^Q^ous consideration and suriport. 
In addition I have gotten to" knov; Dr. Dieber since he has cornc to this country 
and have fouii:^ hin to be a person of integrity and a hi^^h sense of scholarly 
roD^-oncribility. ^e have discussed hie project on GemGU and French relations 
tOf:ethor. Il^e subject itself io of crucial inportance anc Dr. bitter l.as a novel 
aprroecl. to the problen that is very proni&inß. 

For all tl'iese reasons I would strencly urge favorable action 
by your contiitteo on this application. 

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Ex-Nazi-rropag«uid» R«dn«r J.R. BOECKH 

al8 Direktor d.a oollegium «oatomlourn an ««r 

Universität HBIDBLBÜRO I 

Ihre Notiz -Kulturwoohe der Jugend in Heidelberg" 
Tom U.8.46 gibt «ir zu fol^jenden Erläuterungen 

Veranlassung i 

I« Jahre 1941 lernte loh J.ö. Boeokh , den Sie als 
Hedner in der Kulturwoohe der Jugend in Heidelberg 
erwähnen, als Lehr.rkollegen an der uden^aldaohule 
kennen, üort pflegte er -ioh damals besonders herror- 
,atun duroh allwöohentliohe politisoh. Nazi-Oohulun«.- 
Vorträge und begeisterte iCo«u»entar. z^ Wehrmaohtsberioht. 

Im ,.nsohluss au üitlers Kriecserklärung an 
A«erik* erklärte J.G. BoeoUi in eine« Ko-nentar -zur 
Hitler-Bede: (wörtlich) " Toh flaube safisn :.u darfen ^ 
..,. i«h dem H -^»n de, Fulu:orn nie so n.he ^e.tanden 
H^^e wie uei d iMgrjiede^ ^i«'« Äusserung •^«^*« « 
in aller üffentllohKeit vor der vers^unelten Johuljugend ! 

Anlässlioh des -Heldentodes" gefallener Pg«. 
uaterlies. es Boeckh nie, die ganze Schuljugend zum 
Appell .««««.nzurufen. u« eine aeldeng.denkfeA.r-..ed., 
naoh yorm und Inhalt i» Goebbelsaohen Sinne, vom Stapel 
"lassen, um der Jugend Beg•isteru.^g fUr den -Heldentod 
fürs Vaterland" waoh au rufen. 

Celpgentlich einer Abitur-.^ruf-ong entdeckte 
.inst Boeokh sogar bei «««k Goethe "national-eo.ialisti- 
sohes Ideengut." 

Alljährlich aa 9. November veranstaltete der 
fc.l-rropaganda^edner Boeckh .ine Helden-Gedenkfeier für 
die-opfer der Bewegung- n.it Aufmarsch der Hitl--Jugend 
.nd er schmettert, dann die .amen der -Gefallenen für dxe 
Bewegung- .it drohend don» rnd.r Stirn- in die Zuhörer- 
schaft, nach jed«. Namensaufruf musste dann die HJ, 
^ich-« als Begleitmusik diente, die Tro:amel rühren. 









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pur .ein« By.t«in»ti80h. V.rblödun« d«r Jag«ad, «tf 
,»to4»„ .r die.» SohUler in die iJazi-Idoologie hinein- 
pufohte. wurde Boe^ walu^nd de. ganzen Krie^«. von 
d.r Uazi-Behörde uudysa-ubergrupyenfUhrer in Berlin 
OK ge.tellt. Daraufhin begnUgte eioh Lehrer Boecidx da- 
aiit! -eine N3FK Uniform uioht i« Frout-^inaat«. welchen 
.r der Jugend als Ideal hinstellte, .ondern nur bei 
riaiig«x-rarad.n uad Appellen etc. in der-Heimatfro.t 
%MX Sohau zu tragtn. 

Zu« Oiuolc gibt e. noch genügend Mithörer eeiner 
het.eri.chen nazi-Iteden. deren Erwähnung er in "^'^~ 
Trlgebogen offenbar verge.een hat. ^ür.lich traf ich .inen 
ehelligen .chUler der üdenwaldechule. * n.n nunmehr 
^r^ohrtgen (Peter «t.er. Franirfurt/H. ^i;^^^«^"^ ;, 
'^chuxer-. ,er «.gt.« «le.T I->-r Boec^ war doch der echli«a.t. 
^JS;:^'*-i>a»i-l*ill-.A.i.ter. de» loh ie w^.nd «t« ''•^/^^ . . 
•*^^ Schulzeit in die H^de .«fallen bin. und der wurde nie., 

nur Toa i^tna.if ü^ierun..-. rozee. — f -* ' /^"^'/J^^^ 
offenbar z«. Mre.tor befördert *»U^ vermöge .einer 
LUgenKünet.. Ich ver.tehe wiri^ich nicht, wie eo etwa, 
überhaupt geduldet werden kann. 

Wa. «ich betrifft, .o erwarte ich Jetzt nur norti 

ein. Ankündigu.^ eine. Vortrag, de. ^»-^'^""^'-f "'•" ^^. 
ja Boeckh etwa über -Die Opfer de. Fa.chlamu." al- Gegen- 
,;u;.TM;nen hochtrabenden Hazi-Heden - 3. Heich Über 
-Bie Opfer der Bewegung.' .ur «U.ste er dabei -^---^^^^ 
au. taktiachen OrUnden auf den .fleKt de. Hitler-Ju.end- 
"fg-bote. und deren .tu^isohen Trommelwirbel — ^°^^^; 
Td hoffentlich vertut er .ich nicht .c« Schlu.. -* "J^J^ 
^L d.m 4. ..ich a.^gepa..te Hede wie ia dritten «it ein«. 
drirf^ohen Si.g .eil auf den PUhrer , E. "«^/»^^^ «"/^ 

prinlich. wenn der ^-^^^^^^^'^-^^'-^^^'tl 
Opfer der ,t.ticnal-.ozMi.ti.ohen Bewegung durch ei» 

iL uah.Ueg.nde Ida.n-A.ioziation mit den Opfern de. 
rasohismus vtrwechaclte l I 



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Ab.ohlie8B«nd fragt «an «ioh im«r wi.d.r, ob es wohl d.n 
w«nlg«n. d«a Hitler-Terror «ifeangenen wahren Demokraten 
in DeuteohlanJ Je gelingen wird, mit den zahlenmäesig eo wiit 
Überlegenen gewerbMJtaaigen Naai-Lüg«m, die eich heutzutage 
■0 BOhaaüLOB weiter durchlUfpn und überall noch auf den 
Poeten sitzen, endlich ein for alle Ual auf zurüuaen.a»*. 
•ie «u Aufräumungsarbeiten^Si» hinterlaesenen TrUamen ihrer 
verruchten :ia2i -Ideologie geaeinnütaig» au verwenden 7 ? 
Mögen diese Zeilen eine Anreüuii« daau an eine« 
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Frankfurt/iÄaln 
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..I-. -irUCHE:! came here the other day to take 
leave, and he proaiised he would reuieaber me 
to you, but he* is supposed to go to Canada 
first, You see, all '■' ^ best people are riranin^ 









away. 



Hyli.a is atill around and 
latest news from her Professor, 
satisfy her, as i am left without 

since a lone time. 

the States in Februar^; 



will ask me the 

but 1 could not 

any such good news from you 

The Hylla's intend to ^o to 

next, and, may be, we'll go together. I guess, 

you are now very busy with your te-;.ching and that 

all your disciples will like you as much as" all 

the people did hereabout, but 1 do hope that you 

will not quite forget the Joint and all your 

abandoned children here, and that I shall hear 



from you again, wlien your ^ecturea 
about Christmas and you will enjoy 
from your work. 

I am ^w^w^.i^ forward to 
and intend to ^o to my hometov/n of 
my mother there ^o.^ ^w*»^- 

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slacken down 
some relaxation 

some holiday 
Bonn to meet 



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Jewish DP Camps in the US Zone, 
Bibo sent you about a week ago 
same mail I am sending the "Ge^ 
drops in. 

V/ith all best wishes and kind 
to you and Mrs. Pinson, 



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case ttie o^e 
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Die Wahrheit Über den ex-ITozl-Propagenda-Eedner 
J.a. BOECJOi, neuerdings Direktor des ooxlegium 
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Offener Brief an Edwia KUMTZ, Verfasser das 

Artlic^eltt 

•War iülft der jungen Gfenersti u? 
J.g. BoECKä in dar "Freien aruppe" 
(Heidelberg) ••, 
(erschienen in aar Rhain-NecXar-Zeitun^ 

TOn. 13. März 1946) • 



3alir geehrter Herr Kuntjc, 

Im Ansciiiuaa bh ixire Berichterstattung 
U*er daxi Vortrat^ uea J.G. Boi-Ciui in. Ham^e.. aar 
2. Vortrasareiha dar -Praxen arxiyi^ i.ochte ich 
li^nen ae.. "^l.nzeuaeu" j^ropa^auda-Kedner ^oECUi 
vum "coxlegiuni acaaeL-icuai" einr:^x au achildern, 
wie ich iim in den oahren 1^41/42 an der ouen- 
weldschula (bei Hei-pemiei-VBergatreaae) als 
liahrer-kolle^eii ii.eiuxenlernte. 

£a war daüials die 2iait, als dar isiazia- 
ßius und Terrorismua in voller Blüte stand. J .(>• 
BÄckh witterte die ^onjunictur una achwang groaaa 
politische " Schulung sv or trage", die für die gan- 
ze Schuljugend zur Pflicht -eniacht wurden, beiue 
Begeiaterui.g über den J^aai-Vormftrsch in Euaa- 
land Kannte keine Frenzen. Zur Deinondtrati.n sei- 
ner Vorträge rückte dieser^Heimatfrontatratega , 
den in Bezug auf Wortachwall nur noch Goebbels 
übertreffen konnte, mit dem Zeigestock auf der 
Landkarte vor der andächtig lauschenden Jugend 
iijner näher ana herz Rusalands heran. In seinem 
Übereifer achetzta er die fa^e achon ab, die uns 
nur nocn von der Binnahme Moskaua trennten» 

Wie er dan.i später auf der gleichen Ruse- 
landkerte seme aus stratet,iacuen Gründen notwen- 
di^an "Prontverkürzunöen" zurüc.v er legen niusate, 
habe icu leider nicht meio- lidterlebeu Können, da 
ich mich, wie ea in ^/erichtsai^tau neisat, wegen 
••Michtbeteiligung an der bekenntniahaftan Plaggen- 
hissung-^etc. etc. aus dieser aatiunal-eozialisti- 
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"adagoge" BiicUi aexueu pfitriütiscuen Gefühlen m 
fo"inden beyeiaterten «orte«, frexaxi i*ul» 
(wörtJ-ich) " loh klaube «f, ;«-^ ^u aürfaii. dgaa xch 
ri>n. herzeu uea g Uiirera nie a.Jier ^e- 
at ynden habe ale bei aieaer BedeH»^ 

Allabendlich wurde in der uaenwaldachuxe der 
fahnnachtabericht vor der ganzen "aemeinachait« vor- 
!^lf^n worauf meist ein be^eiaterter konoLentar von 
Cäer BoecS folgte. i)abei sollten auf Verenbaaun« 
iün Boec^ aowonl die l-ehrer als auch die Scnuler 
Itenend eine aoldatiache und respektvolle Haltung 
jSL^en! im Bericht vun Herrn kunt;* heiaat aai 

"Mach Boeokh ist der deutsche ^i^itaria- 
mua eine Realität, das Beatreben, durch 
Haltung etwaa zu ersetzen, waa nicht da 
iat, ein deutaohes Erbübel." 

Bi.n diaaea Erbübel hpt, «ie Sie aud deüi folgenden 
J«4hin! der Jugenderzi4her BUBCKn nach Kräften ge- 
t»nht!t Wehe de. Jun^-en, der wehrend dieaar zerea-o- 
n?e5Ien*«ehrLchtsb^chtaleKtüre nicht atra.^ stand 
wie e!ne !ari!nettanfigur, wehe auch dem Schüler, 
der aen x.^er Boeckh anaprach, - war ea auch ein 
ntchio kleiuer knirp. -, ohne die '«'ff °^*"«^^« 
- 8 olda tische" aaltung anzunehmen und die H^^^\«^ 
die Hosennaht zu pressen! Sie schreiben, »•" J^J^' 
Boeckh habe i» seineu Vortrae. ^eauaaert, die Jugend 
aai da^u erzo^ei. worden und gewohnt, nach Beiehl zu 
Cnde!^" und in dieaer soldatischen Ausrichtung oder 

^res^" hat i-aUrer Boec^i «^^ ""^^'"^'^^^'"^tL^rhes- 
tiünalaozixistiscner Erzieher wir^iicn "Vorbildliches 
gelastet, .elcn ein"Ansporn"a.usa e. für die Jugend 
lewese. sein, wenn BoeckU in seiner h^f^ - Uniforiu 
beraer PleüSen-iarade auitrat! BocKh war zwar aeibat 
n!e in derllunt, dafür lebte ex aeu künftigen äoida- 
tan "aoldatiacnes heluentuu." vor, und die uniform ge- 
hörte eben unbedingt zur soldatiscnen Haltung. 

Da mir dieser ^anze Seh indel zuwider war, er- 
laubte ich mir ^fele£entlioh, den Si-eiaeaaai ex st nach 
B^anS^uS der ^..türe des tf/ehrmach-sberichtea zu be- 
?^aten Aber auch ich setzte uich dadurch der gestren- 
gen krltiKdertonan^ebenden iehrers BoecO. aus. Er 
eLlärte eines Abends vor der veraai^uelten iiachga- 
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Binat geriet .in f^^^^-^f ^J-i^re^fe^nfrSTt^uir' 

rer!:r«r'roecL 'rein; renf.n""S?r iat noch .ut er- 
fn^eruch: wie er den ar.en sanaer andonnert^^ 

Hntürlicn itonnte man beim vorT^ra^ J^-*'^''^* _ Ti-rntto- 

i^ lfm ohne z^x Stottern lügen können ! 

Tiio Tnt««ctie daoa ich zu den politisch-Verfolg- 
ten «eSortef ^t?e'BolcL scimeil auageschnüffelt. 
xeu geuüjri^o» « Toh-re 19^9 mehrere i^onate in öe- 

(ich war nan^licia im J^^^^^y^^e ^^^.^^^„3^^ „h 

"te;ro;?liei;u':u'kUX^arf -mir Boeckh einea T.ge- 
i^"e »öeBlnnung- in aggresaiver Fori, vor: 

tiör.n in eine ^unitionafabriK, «ia^^^f^^^^^' 
^1 arbeiten iernenl Ich wei.«, waa bie dber 
die i'aciieclien geaat,t haben . 

betätigte. f®'i%,^°" a-Sciinüffier wirkten, lat 

illllV rITiu^I die Jugend mit aovxex U..beaonneneit 

gendermaaeen an; 

mr^^ h«>*A "HEIL HHIjEH" z- liinen gesagt! 
3?e SSen S^ Sine Antwor. auf den deutschen 
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£in anueres iup-l ^^^■^"'^Ilixi en pathetiaciien 
Boeckü in einer »emer un^anxi^en pa 

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dieaer, ''•''"°°%^Vie .^Iredner, dem Sie, Herr 

stand" UI1Ü a^cti noon im üocna Bindruck 

inuuer nocn '^r de. colle^xum sea. ^^^^ ^ochwohllöb- 

Hoch besonder. --« ^f ^^^f Sla^J^eJe« 
J.Ö. BOECKH *^^«^^t«^,«^^^:n äxner^ehrer-Suali- 

i^^nfof i%:- Boefk^^SÄ er t - c /^ 
fiSiger sein "akade^xsches^^.taataexau.^^^^ 

1942 und e^elangte aia. zu «^^'^^^er.- tapferen* 
Mp^i-Würde z^x «^f ^ .^•"^g^idrücken beliebte,. 
Solda üen" , wie er sich ^J^l^^^ verbrachten, die 
-Heldentaten" e'^^^^^'^vjXnSirhoohtra banden Wor- 
dann Bdckh mit ebenso ^ohlan *^=^ ^ ^^eukfeiern 

ten in ^ci^^^-^^^^^l^l^Xn verstand zum Anspornen, 
-gebührend" ^u verherrlichen vera « ^^^^ jewiils 
A^fputsohen und yerbloden^der Juge^^^^^^^^„ ^ 

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letie:ai.icx. -«8 '^iBiiei« edenwaldachuie und 

Pg*: ZAHET, to^^'i^^^i'^^Lonwatd.^abei war Boeckh 
HJ BannfUhier fur ^«^^^^°^*tins^efanr ausgesetzt, 
aelbat wenii^stana ^«^^^^^."^gr-Austracuen zog dieser 
una zu «ie'.^J^el'^«^fi!rd;^^8e!ne. schwarzen Anzug an! 
"Held-der -Hemiatfruut dann ae 

_ 1UA9 «urde aiao uieser ilazi-Ai-i-* 
la den Jahren vor iy42 "^^^^ •^^H^ehrteuglichkeit" 
Ti^t Boeckh, trotz e^'^^s'^^^^^^feubar de! "Herzen de. 
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Betrug 90^^^^«^'^- *^^\.^beSta«ten, J^o^mte ..ehrer 
m^nselhafte Verp.legui.^ ^e^^ag^eu^ ^^ Scimau- 

Boeli^h ganz auaser »i°^^f "J^t^S. unter dem Hin- 
zerton mit Ausweisung von der wnux ^^.^ ^.^ 

zufügen, deas xn «« "«'°f ^^^ rnUase «ein tetzte- 
durchlebten, jeder ^^reit sein mua , dritte 

^ür-Führer und V«^---?;! be? d!e;er Gelegenheit 
Schlagwort vom "Volk ^^«^ °*^."h dasa dieaea auf 

dem Altar u H-^ziale Verantwortung dea 

-und ao *^f J«^J^ .ö'fe^ne Hin«eiae in 
Bxnzeinen, aui "^^^.f^^^^rft Herrr kuntz) , aowie aein« 
«eine. Vor.ra^ macht^ ü^frseu^B.i n". sich 
"gj.nz ö'""« "i«i%^^n^^|nd au., de.a aioh dieser 
dai-ala iß '^"^ •■*.. « „!^ .heiids ic. ^iii-bier der 
"VrieKBopfeifreudie,e"ua nn » " «^^^f ^^^^ J^^^^^ rnedena- 

^üciiin (gu^-.u. a n H ni ' " "^^ ^uörbevön von dersexben 
u.äaaig •»l^»/«^T"'li'us Iringen Tiew. Axa jedoch 
aas ^ute Futter ina "a^^, ^^^X^n* zu laut wurde, - 
a«. Sereae über «^^«""''^J^^n 'aa^e ort regten sich 
die Schüler unu i-ehrer ^^'f^. ^^| _ „urae die 
über dieaen ^«^'^ »i^äiefl abg4achoC AnachHeasend 
n^öchin Linna Kajowaki b°^®;^ •""„i^g^bere.ex ^za- 
arbeitete diese Köchin an ei^e^.ieiaexDer^ ^^^^_ 
rett. und üer betrug wuraeakrupeiiosw ^^^ 

geaetzt. Lehrer Boec^eu^^^ J?^« aua "eid.lberg 

Verwundeten^Torentn«! en wu.ae.^AlB auch^^ ^^^^^^^^ 
scnlieaaxioh der acnwinu« 2iuciith«ua, wie 

awar «ü« , ^^^^^^'^.T^/i^tt^fvan de7Lubbe in den Tod, 
Beinerzeit der «i^ff^^l^Jlr töriohteu ^inna, von 
der sich auch, äii^lioh ^^*^|^_g^''t^tte miaabrauohen 
Verbrechern ala ^^i^^^i^^^-^er dllaea i^zarett- 
laaaen, während der ^".wÜ^ der Kazi-ProxeJttion, 
betrüge«, «^'^f •^"^i^'^in SrSatadt. beim ;i^ ober- 
|i!p^,Lrui^.f ^uirbSra^r^reten^en .aul^ 

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i^ . uudredciior .xi^.^t treffeaJer "Terbracüeriaoh" 

naunenT 

i^enn In dieaec- dopx-elten Betru^ in ^eistio^r 

aexbat öXf'^KOiicn prokiariiierta Äahiverwandaccaft 
mit den: ". dea gührera/ befirUüdet. 

BoecK/i bcYx.^ a^r ioTame üeiae die ^Jf^a'^wchdenda 
Ju.'end uau dann ein LaÄsrettt ^aoz ähnlich darin 
den -?oü:3TarfUiirer" iii.ler, der, vart^^Ö*;« aeraeibaa 
Plxpaaendresoherai, im Verein mit seinen aahiloaen 
Kumpanen, zunächat daa deut.icne Vox^ ac^lecüttiin, 
auch gaiatitt und materiell aue^leion, betrag ua 
acniieaaUon daa Laaarett Dautachland, bia nur nocü 
ein elnaiger TrUiiicierhaufe übrigblieb. 

Aber li.aaen wir au.'a Sctüuaa Herrn Kunta 
noon ainiiial aexbat apreoncx 

"Und iroir.er wieder t^uaze ßoecitü: Seien 
wir bexiut««Ä» a^ouen «ir \ma Irei ^on. 

der ü^bria, »auerotten" au woixenl". 

Ja. Herr t^uulZf aciea wir wiri^Ucu u^üutdam, rotten 
i!r aua ex. ^tL^i und itii, daa Jruuaübex der KOnjunk- 
turricter, (^eaixmufi - en, i«auxuelden uud Betrüger 

•n S^, daL.it mir aux ewi^ "bexaatat bleiben 

wie u-cü iü« «iue JeaeratiJa«, ua »ion wiederum 
itirer .lorie au beaienen 1 

sfSLr* .t liir gepriesener BoöCicii, der 

den i^ie>' di^ ..c.uer Teohttjriaoi* .eiueü Ber-ddaait- 
Aeit" in mpteriexler ujid tiei->ti«jer aiud^cüt ao_aorgen- 
uxi^i ti fiberatand, der ^eei^^nete UKJi^M» 

ua Qi . .- johi3tiaoi-«n aeutuchon i*rieö8«axangenen» 

aar aloJa nacu lan^tsr Abwaaanüeit nsca uer iieir^at 
aalint. abauiöaen? ? iiamiu Boeoj.^ auca öxi^:^- in 
der Tat, d.h. aurcn prautiacüe Arbeit, aine ciännlicaa 
i.raft nutabrin^end ainaotzan kann Äur Beseitigung 
der IVikiraer, r^elcne die von L.iU don.. ac-^i^er ' fecnte- 
rldcü .ei^en Beredaa^^eit" aj erfoxgreicii propagierte 
iiAüi-Ix/SCLCölÄ der junjen ||anaration hinterlieaal l 

Aber die iäntacheiduag nierUber c^öchte ich 
den zuatündigen Behörden ttberlaeaen. fcögen «ioauf 
der Hut aein und die '•Gemelnaohaftdbetrttger" und 
Konjunturrltter daa nortee und «i«^^^«^^^^^^«*?., 
und ausrotten bia In die «ntlegenaten Sottupfwinlel 
Hinein, zur. 'Je^en und Gedeihen des Ton ^•"•^-»«i-^^^^ ß.ß^, 
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Sar.dweg 7. 

Sehr geehrtes Ir"ultin Ftustt 

Ich best^nige IhfiBn dankend den Empf.=rg Ihrer mich überraschen- 
den und beunruhigenden ErklMrur.g über I,C. i>oeckh. Ich habe Ihre 
Krkl^*run^ sofort an unseren Rektor weitergeleitet. 

Falls Ihr V/eg ns^ch Heidelberg fniirt, w^ärde mir Ihr Besuch in 
dieser Sache natürlich sehr willkotonen sein. Vorheriger telefonischer 
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«^.. er mir kuerzlich EchriiVio^t^ erhielt ich tele- 
lSe!epl'nheit .eschehen xst äf,|i|Ss'die J^aohricht, 
foniscl yon dr ^^^^^J^^ Direktor dee col ^ 

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Dear Prof, Pinr.on, 

It seems to me e very long time since I heard the l&Bt 
of y^u. I g^iess there are Eaatern examinations to be mrde, 
and amidst all the trouble you »ay have quite forgotten 
all about the lonely remnant of the education division 
in this theater» 

I received the two letters to be forwarded to Miss Aumüller, 
which I did. I exT)ecteö at that time some more letters of 
yours to follow for my own sake, but these did not appear. 

Some time ago I sent you the desired"SS Staat" which Mr. 
Ko£on had sent here for you (without any invoice). 
I trust j^ou will receive it soon as well as "Die Gegenwart 
and "Der Aufbau" and other periodicals I mailed on to you. 

Unfortunately, there has arisen some trouble with respect 
to the newspapers. Miss Sender told me that they could 
no longer be sent to you, unless you made a special arrange- 
ment with her for the postage fees. It was only the Ust 
package which was objected to, the foregoing all went off, 
at least I hope so. Please let me know whether you actually 
received them. 

Tc-day in e week's time I must go to the Consulate again 
for the second medical examination. I do hope they will 
let rae get through this time. We are having excellent 
weather now, thanks heaven, and I have got rid of my 
bronchitis completely and feel o.k. ever since the dread- 
ful cold winter vanished. 

The Hyllae left Bremen about Eastern ^^^^^^ 
on your shores by now. ^Ox the ^^"i^,°;^"^ oV^poriv lookin« 

sea-sicknesB. 

„.„. -„ybod, se»s to bj o„ th. j|';;„f jirSSfsJiS. 

rJin"'ä'.'"«3S. So. '^'-.F^"'""- '«"«' " "" 

to be dissolved in June altogether. 
the unbelivable thing. Hang them all ! 

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Attn: r.^.isa Hilde Faaot 



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This is to acknowledge receipt of yoar lettar of Karoh 



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and was informed that : r. Boec" ' ' '" ~ "^T^^n^t'iG basis 
by tne proper branches of Mill ^ ^ ^^ on ^^^ oasis 
of Jour indications. Jo far the^ have noi. decided that he 
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Ihr letzter so freundlicher Brief vom 23. November vorigen 
Jahres traf mioh|erst an, als ich kurz vor Weihnachten zurückkehrte. 
ES hat uns sehr gefreut , daß Sie und Ihre Gattin sich noch so gut 
an uns erinnert haben. Auch uns ist Ihr Münchner Aufenthalt in be- 
ster Erinnerung. Ihre Berufung an das neue Department of History an 
Queens College hat mich sehr gefreut. Ihr schöner Aufsatz aus 
"The Menorah Journal" (Autumn 193b) ist mir seinerzeit richtig zu, 

gangen. 

Nun hat sich sehr viel bei uns verändert. Wir stehen unmittel- 
bar vor unserer Auswanderung. Mein bohn is^t seit sechs Wochen in .• ' 
Cornwall. Wir gehen zunächst im nächsten Monat nach England, wo ich 
die Möglichkeit habe meine große wissenschaftliche Arbeit, deren 
erster Teil fertig bei dem Verleger Mccmillan in London liegt, zu 
Ende zu führen. Aber Emle des Jahres, spätestens im Frühjahr 1940, 
möchte ich doch wieder in ähnlicher Stellung wie hier tätig sein. 

Ich weiß nicht, ob Ihnen mein Schwager bereits meine Biographi-| 
cal Notes übergeben hot; ich schicke Ihnen daher noch einmal diese 
Blätter*, aus denen Sie alles Nähere, vor allem über den Inholt mei- 
ner Arbeit, ersehen. Ich lese in den New York Times, daß das Hebrew 
Union College in Cincinnati einen Ausbau seiner Einrichtungen plant, 
ich möchte mich dorthin als Dozent für jüdische Geschichte und Kul- 
tur bewerben. Ich will zuerst meine Arbeit in i^ngland fertig machen,| 
mich vor allem auch in der englischen Sprache vollkommen ausbilden 
und dann im Jahre 1940 nach U.S.A. kommen. Außer den in den Bio- 
graphical Notes genannten Persönlichkeiten ist vor allem Profes- 
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letzten Jahren Auskunft zu geben. 

Ich wäre Ihnen sehr dankbar, wenn Sie mir für ancinnati eine 
Empfehlung geben wollten, ferner wenn Sie mir eine sonstige Möglich- 
keit in U.S.A. oder Südamerika als Lehrer füi' deutsche Sprache, für 
jüdische Geschichte, hebräische Sprache etc. unterzukommen zeigen 

könnten. 

Nehmen oie im voraus herzlichen Dank für Ihre Bemühungen. Mei- 
ne Frau läßt sich Ihrer Gattin besonders empfehlen. 

Nehmen Sie unsere herzlichsten Grüiie! 

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I recsived your articl« in the Itonorah Journ 
it. It broutht !)•<* memorieapf the days in the 




Jly and w«e certainly flad to getl 
it. It broutht ha<* memorieaof^the days in the *^groo»s at Queena and the 
■uddled thinking that I washing. 1 think that f^-.^amntally we both agreet fbut 
unfortunately, I wai nevein^ame to clarify my Tiewe, 



I have bed a lot of experiences here in aerraaay m '^ y^^^ learned quite a 
of things. -*■ will try to gire you a coherent picture ^^ thing« that have a* 
during my stay here« ^^ 

It wH ▼«•y unfortunataa that our great '^rodident ',oui4 «ot liv« to see the 



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ffiuld not believe it 
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day of victory for which he worked so hard. We need him ,^ 
and it lo oke like we will really miss hia. 

ihe news first came through channals unofficially iA^ 
but it was true., "^ell at any rate^he la/d a good founOfcVj 

days ahead. * ■ w 

Ihe news of the end of the war was also known to p^J^advance and I had 
mixed emotions. I was certainly glad thkt it was over ^üii^^^t^had come through 
unecathtd and also glad that it was a clear cut victory —^g^jUlllii iiinrht 

I have been in '^erman area sij^^l lahded on the Xj^^^^^^nt ^^ -'eptember. 
I went first to the J^lrcad y province— the place that waj^ ^^^tione^ only in a few 
words in footnotes. I stayed there unttAl the break-throug.j^ ^^ *)«o#aiher, being 



very lucky.as I could hear the shots of the infamous masÄ^j,.^^ 

Then ^ went into the fiupen province »54/^«" ^^to G< 

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their own state. W>ien theytaiked they talked about "Ihe ^IgUpi- but they always 
claimed to be Belgians in^business dealings. Of course^at tj,^ brsak-throu^y they akgorJ 
showed their true cüors as Germans. _ ' 

They all claimed that they had not been Kasis V9\^ ^),g^ j found stocks 
of Naii propaganda in theit buildings. Ihen they would sheej-j^jy Say"Wir müssen 
im/artei sein" The same goes for ths rest of Germany. 1 hav^ ntat*only a few Naiis 
and they Had the sam« story. 

As for the conditions of Germany it i# as you say. U«st of t^ermany is in 
very good shape. Outside of a few big eities like Aachen and .Frankfurt am Main they 
have not suffered too much.. Along t>B border and the Sieefrttd line there was cafcsxÄe 
considerable damage— especially where thev had put up a figVi.- 

Further insids Germany^it all*fretty much undarragase. Thoy have alio 
cleaned up the ev^idencos of bombings and shelling. 

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A krge area of Belgian and Uixenbourg was badly damaged d*ing the breakthou( 
and it should be the respohsibility of the Germans to clean It up. 

As for the conditions of the people themselves, ihayare pretty well off 
Uost of the houses have well stocked supplies of Jam and other c*»!^ JS^^£!>^^*" 
amount ofrationed good that they received was very much higher thahJhfTpeople or 
the conqured countries received. Ihey people lAok pretty V^ llF- 
The women have silk stokings, underwear, «1 d hw * -" 

men hmr e ample supplies of clothes. r«^ _* x 1. 

I found mny a warehouse full of food, cloth ing^and fcillHng materials 
in many areas. During the last days, the army released large stock» of ^ood^d 
clothing to the Germans to k««P it from falling into our hands. f^^^^'T ^Tlr^v 
people have new shoes and clothes. Since the slothes and food helWgad to theitrmy 
I had to try to recover it and boy what a Job. I did succeed Uj*kting «ich of the 
stuff returned and put into the army's possession. ^^* 4 *w—*» that 

k^y oC the German homes had foreign workers and that maant tluttx xn«^ 
the Huasfrau sat around and became fat. '^Yiey drew rc%tions for the worfers, but gave 
out only the barest necessi**tM#i^ . n-^ 

Ihe foreign workers were kept imx under control by the vario us police 
agencies and there are many Germans who today fear retribution. 

Of course every factory had hundreds of slave laborerw and as soon as a 
place was damaged by the air raids the workers began rebuilding thei». ^«® "*2^ 
PW's worked in the factories. /^ort ofi~k^ ^uc^oMei ^/-e/>t^^o^ , CT 
Oermny is very well stocked with all sotts of goods and materials. TTie 
last area that I was in control of was a big textile district. (Heichert»ach in vog; 




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it Ty^^^LT AaVresult'l visited «any factorie. and had Uventories f rem all of th«. 

\l.a i had ciTilain in.entorle. sent in. It would an*., you to "• ^^/^ Jf ^^^^"^ J"^ 
that I would never fin« .0 « nich stuff ib -anche.t.r. S. all in allyl ^Mnk that tuax 
ther. «ix^witjrtWlftinty of cloth^ and clothing to give »).t of the »Di.placed 
Per.on." some for tbair immediate need.. The same goes for food. ^ ^ ^ ^ 

Also ^ have .een ma ny lager, of art and other valubale objects te stored away in 

very incon.piciou. place.. 1^... are under guard and will be returned as »oon a. pos.ible. 

very i"<*°^P^^ ^ ^^P tran.f erred into the G-5 .ection of the üivi^^yl went into areas 

with combat troop, and ..t up Military Govt a. «oon a. pos.ible, 0"« f ^>^^ ^Mo^htd' 
•xpAianed to the Burgermei ster. wa. that the foriegn worjker. would be fed^ clothed, , 

and'^ouaed at the expe nse of the area. ,f they -IT*^\1'''{^1\^^^^^^ *'* 

same wage «*xi as the Germans. It was ifwluntary that tl^e Ui^r workc-^ij- ■ It^f ^^ 

Also I had to find out what the party connection, of the Bürgermeisters w.»e.- 
Uost had to be party members when they became Bürgermeister. One Joker wa. a Propaganda 
Leiter and hid explanation, were really funny. -^ wonder what he i. saying in his cell no»? 
Ihey would put yp a howl when told they had to be taking better care of the 

former .lave worker.. Ihey .oon calmed down when I remeinded tham th«t their öovemanent 

had brought the iuuc people here. , . ,. t 

I have alway» been able to get cooperation from the Bürgermeister, becau.. I 
•koved them firmly that Ifteant buainea.. Immediately af**r occupation, th. German, were 
put to work cleaning up the road, and pulling down tanka barricades. In one town, they 
smoked and loafed around, hopimg that they would get eff the Job. I put a .top to that 
but Auick. I^ey were told that they had to fihi.h the Job eve» if they worked all 
ni^t in a few hou r. the Job wa. finished and they meekly asked if I had anything 

else for ^j^^J« the* work wa. don. by German, and not by .lave labors Even task, invovling 
fcreign workwr. quater. and billet.. It inake. the« r.aliie a little what the farmer 

had done. . . . 

I have visited Ohrdruff concentration camp and have wme very good picture. 
of the victem. -^o had been killed but not burned due to the arrival of my Division. 
The camp held 40,000 or 50,000 people, i^ostly they were Slavanic laboere. and PW.. 

One group had been killed because they were «ick and fould not work. £ziiUAtJU 
Evidentally they had been starved and the 3S wa. tired of feeding the«. In the group was 
one American PW who had been »ick a long time. 

I talked to a former internee, qand he said that during the last few day. 
befor. out arrival, the 3S >a d aytHmaliaaaly .ystematically been killing them off. 
Th. crematory was full of bodies waiting to be burned, hey had dug up a lot of their 
victem. and burned them to hide the evide nee. 

Outside the camp lay an 3S man who had been killed by a Äue.ian in rage. 
When the Bur^ermeiwter saw the camp he hanged hiwelf. "any ^ermai. w.re 
conducted through the camp and they lost their arrogance, ^ ^ , 1 

tater o» t went inte a n Aat.geri.ht Zucht.hau. and the inmate, were «certainly 
happy to see roe. Ih.re w.r. boy. ef 9 er 10 who w.re waiting trial for blax«kmarket 
activitie.. Aiey and other, had been there about 6 monthe. awaiting trial. ^ ^^ ^ , 

Speaking of the black-markei. t^t wa. a very profitably enterprise. On the book. 
the slave labor.r. were giv.n the .am.'^th. German., of course the officiaU Is.ued a 
minimun oat and gave the rest to the blacktnarket. , , ^ , . 

In on. town I c^tured an SA Lt of a fsc tortr* l^» trt^nch lakasxs labo.er. 
told ae whÄ-e h. wa.. He looked very meet and innocent 4n hi. civilian* clothe., but he 
certainly cowered from hii former victems. ^ve wa. on. Poli.h boy, whO had been given 
6 nonthe. in Jail for ineubordinaie by the Lt. He wanted to tear him apart. 

The people are aixaizil afraid of the slave laborer.. The Policeyev.n though 
they are armed .come running to me or other UG per.onnel to h^ them out. In Keicehnbach 
I wa. pestered^all the time with that problem. I told them thrft they had police, and they 
were .uppossed to protect their own pwople. Invariable, a torrent of words flowed on 
how they had been good to the Russian, ^ole. etc and now the latter were ungrateful— 
did you ever hear of .uc h crust. ,, , . 

Another thing the people are afraid of is the fact that ^^e Russians were going 
to occupy Germny. »uring hostilities, they were afraid of t* approach of the Russians. 
Also they a.ked if we w.re going to separate their familie. and take their aen away fron 
them— the mm same a. they had done. Of cours., they had not wanted that. I would then a.k 
them if they had had foreign worker.—Naturlich-and then I .aid well why did you use 
thea if you did not want them. No reply Just a blank look or an attempt to day thyeouia 



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The treatment of out pr* «»■■■■ ^"■■"■■■*^* "8 prisonwa was pretty bad. Especially 
those who had been taken in the counter offsnmive. They were aiistrearted to the nth degree. 
They were marched froa the area around Ualmad> to Poland, and on the approach tot the 
RuBsiana, back to ÄaEisenach, and then they turned them aro'and again because ve were In 
the area* ''any of our boys escaped. 

Ihey said that if haix it had not been for the Red Cross parcels they would hav© 
starved. One of the Australian P^TS told ne that if "the Tommies attempted to throy a P**^«! 
into the American Compaund they were shot. He had been In prison 3 years and looked lOp;; 
better than out boys captured in i^ecember. Many of the latter had to work in coal mines and 
at other dangerous tasks* 

The Mirch across Germany was another "March of Death". ITie sick and wounded 
lay where they fell, and left to A^die* One of the New Zealanders reached fcor some fruit 
at the aids of the road and was clubbed. The people spat on the bo ys when they asked for 
water. And the treatment of the Jewia^P'^S goes beyond my pow ers of itaws ytttK description 
I hw e a cousin that was there in a Fff camp— wonder where he is now. 

So far most of the Germans claim they have been swindeled by the Nasis. And that 
they knww in 19 33 that he was not good for the Germans. When asked why they did not do 
anythinhg about it they replied that they were only singly people. Ihe» ^ asked if it 
wasn't better to die fitting then living the "miaeftle"lif# they claimed they had lived. 
A«ain blank looks. And after a while they would admit participating in Hitler programs, 
parades ansd so forth. Some only have X found pictures of them doing it* 

They have asked me what was going to happen to Germany and I asked them what 
they wan ted. Another Leader they said. Why net a President? 01 he could not get all the 
people to follow him. What about the mtoariaiasmi minority rights^Again Blank looks 
I [^'mrf ar explUn-'our system and they can not understabd that 'if a large group doesn't w 
want a thing it will not go through. 

Ihe last days of the war they said they were glad, but they immediately want into 
raptures over the accomplishment of the Wehrmacht in holding off for 6 years the whole 
world. IViey bitteraly com plained that we had i** e «aoli materials* and that we should not 
have come in because they did not want to fight us. ^^ocM^Ury^<^ i^as^f^Y^^ 

ConsideraWe surprise showed on their faces when they learned they had declared 
war 4n the US* 

Until the last day the^Germans hoped that we would slash with the Russians. Many 
hoped that we nould join with "ermany and fight Russian* As a matter of f« t ixa^ they 
are «till hoping for the same thing at the pi*essnt time. %at is one thought that unites theaj 
andwill probably be the reason they will advance in the next decade or so in order to 
start all over again* 

I h«e heard 1 few say that they will win the next war. TJje last day before the 
peace the propa^nda pjtaguuui program was going full blast that Oeraany would gtery 
on the fight against the Russians forever. 

As for us doing anything to reconstruct Germany that is out. Ihe Bürgern» isters 
are told to use their own means to rsfcuild their life with tlüse emphasis on the 
agricutural andsupply problem. They furnish their own man power^ transportation^ and 
materials« 

One of the things that gets me is the irameadte scurry by the industrialist« 
to a unitary Govt office to of «r advice and help and of c2urso to get permission 
to get their businesees going again. It is fortunate that can ses right through then. 
I didn't let them fool ne at all. They iried to give me inventories in «*ilch all or most 
of the goods were civilian^* After a talk with them the perceentage of civilian good« 
wont down to an amaxingly low fiqure* WMiuslnes« and econosiics knowledge gives ne the 
edge there* ' 

So far I h» e not had much trouble getting cooperation, a« I a« stem. My officer 
approves of my policy and that Is^ all N I need» 

I may be JumpiPK around a bit but I am cverlng a period fron Sept 30 to 
the present and its'^aTi from Semory* ^ 

The St ory from most of the people is that Oermany is poor. Of cours« they 
do not believe that they are way better off then the conqured countries. They still want 
to get colonies and so forth* Ihey can not undertand tkakx "why the rest of the world 
picks on Germany after all the o^her countries had done the same thing". The Intelligent 
people assume a smug attitude and tell us Just what they know we want to hear* Except 
they are not sure ai what 1 want to hear. 

A lot of them claim to be against Nails, but ask them to point them up and they 
go into dialect, and say that is out^lookout* , , ... 

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big;^e»t textile plant» in xatKokx Reichenbach^amd ah* wanted td know haw it 
woulÄ be poaaible for her to ^ret the place back. He wae forced to aeil and kave the 
country and she haa been a hostage. She said that she waa looked at with aakanca «Itkxl 
xtku by the German people since 1923 anddahe wai not the only one. t f^^j^fHI^^^ S O 
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at the end.^y.ey were a ragged bunch of old men and young kida^m and sone women. 
Of course the SS were still arrogant, but most of them have d iaaapearedyat the 
preaent time. ' 

Thiy »urrendered to ua in droves rather than fall into the karria of the 
-Rusaians, and could not do enough for ua. 

ffell this letter is K«*ting awfully long and it probably is beigtiming to 
bore you and to complete a circle. 

As you can see for the topics covered aliove I have been very lucky to have 
gotten into Uilitaru Govt and to kaxalUaxjtauc have been vaxx able to use my training. 
It all haa come in handy. I wish that »y German waa better. It )|a8 improved a lot but 
still have far to go. I have been very fdrtunate to have a Job in the army that is 
above the level of the average soldier. I have had experiences that ax have made my 
job well worth the candle. 

I never forget that '*' represent the US Array and the people of the US. I try 
at all times to keep my hatJwd under control, because nwiture men use Judgement 
and not emotions, ^have found that In the few times that I let my hatred get 
the better of my the people did wha^I wanted but only because if fear. 
We have to show them that we have a better form of existance* If they are going to get| 
oppressioni why should they take ours when the hare a better home made brand? 
As you can see I hare learned a lot about a lot of things. 
I have 63 points, but of course, ^ am in the essential class* so I will 
be here for a while • I will hare a lot of things to talk to you about when I get back 
to the US. In the meantime, ask all the questions you want and I will give the 
best answer that I can* 

I am i » the ThUrigen Wald and you know how beuatiful that area is/ ^e 
people are still aa unfriendly as they hw e been from time immeamrial and that is 
natuaral. 

I have taken ax quite a few pictures and I will show them to you some 
day. 

I have a cupple of books for you that ^ hope to wrap up soon. I hope that 
you like them. 

How is Kimball ^oung? VM all the rest of the staff? Tell them that I woul^ 
like to hear from they. Dave Zepp is in '^e Hhiaaland and Cr is Ueyer in a Displaced 
Persons team as a clerk . From the way things worked out with most of the mem ^ think 
that ■*■ have had the best deal. Host of them have been restricted in their activities. 
But have taken the responsibilities on myself and have had more than my share of thea| 
Uaybe ^ have gotten along better because ^ am more practical than the others. 
As you can see by my return address T made TecJy'S and as far as I 
know that id as feigh as I can go here. The Job is good so it doesn't matter what the 
rating is or the title» 

I assume that I will soon be going back to a detachment as my Job here is 
finished« auxftialaxaxxkam 

Please excuse the typimg but I only use two fingers and am not too 
good at it. Please give all ay regards to all the staff at^Queens. 
Tith my best regards to you and your wife, 

Sincerely yous 
Barney 
Please write soon to the following addressax 
■5/5 Bernard Finkelstein 
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j-ir die schönen Geschenke, die Sie unreren Kindern ges.-ndt 
h.ben dPnke ich Ihnen 1^ Ha-aender Kinder v:ei-]r. Sie hrben 
sich nie drei sehr Refreut, der Junge ist gr.nz Seconder, s«... 
Pu<- den rieht ^^ ..erlkPniechön B.ukssten. -ie ihn kein mde^er 
seiner K.-.'r.den v.t, denn r. -'•- Mh^ .s .ohl nur in^Aneri- 

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^,r .in« sehr fr^h, d.es -ir .'icder -usan.en sind, die Tren- 

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.ir nrchen .'erden, .ber zunächst "..erden vir wohl g.rnichts 
unternehmen, son..n.'hr.r .eiter die Din.e die ko.-n n Pb~.rten. 
icv hoffe aber. das. ^ir .eiter die Verbindung zn l^eri.a auf- 
,.,,,,, ,,,al^en .erden und vielleicht werde ich auch in abseh- 
barer zeit ,in.rl hinüberlcon,.en können. Ich r'irde mch d.nn 
sehr_j:-euen, Sie auch .'ieder zu sprechen. 

TTit den beeren Snpf dhlunRen und Grüssen 

Ihre fn'-r erfrebens 

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Since we sav; you enr[ Mrs. Pinson 
in May , three months have passed and ";e wish to 
give you s short report about our experience and 
our resjilts» 

\7e had to v;pit st NewPaltz for quite a ti^e 
for getting the decision of the Avxny Security Servi 
I had given your name as a reference , after having 
T)hffined with Mrs. Pinson. If you should have had any 
troubles , I thank you very much for your assistance. 

At least we got the favorable decision and 
at the end of June we went to Philadelphia. I en- 
tered the business of Rohm & ^^aas and am working 
there for about six weeks. It wf-s not easy to get 
a lodging, however we succeeded to get a small apart- 
ment , two rooms and kitc&inette, for a reasonable 
price. The rooms were unfurnished and we started 
to eet some furniture by and by. It looks rather com- 
fortable end we enjoy this hone of our own. 

You may imagine that my work is not easy. I 
leave before* 8 a.m. and return at 6 p.m. only. 
I must get used to the new surroundings and though 
I have no serious difficulty with the language, it 
- is rather trying . It is not easy to follow the con- 
versation and to get used to the pronounciation. 
Inspite of all I shall get on in a satisfactory way. 
At the beginning I had to study a lot , but very soon 
I was able to do useful work , and just now I am 
working with full speed. 

Mrs. Freund too strrted work in the photografic 
line. Thus we are earning our living , have a modest 
home and think about the problem of our children. 
I7e get good news regularly. This is so important , 
as for some time we were excited by the dangers of 
the robots. Now we were informed that the girls are 
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He goes on with his school studies and will 
psss the exam Higher School Cert in July 45. 

By our life at Cuba we felt prepared for the 
hot summer sensen . However these last weeks at 
Philadelphia were no trifle . The transportation 
strike too was very bad, though it was a rather 
interesting experience» 

I told you thpt I read a lot of Beards books 
in the University Library of "abana. Just now we 
got the cheap edition of his Basic History of the 
United States. I started reading v;ith the last c" 
chapters. 

Once we were invited to a musieal party , v/here 
an Hungarian violinist played a conderto of Mozart. 
He impressed us mostly by his Hungarian melodies , 
in the form composed by Sarasrte. 'Ve remembered 
with pleasure the musical performance we enj-'yed 
in your home. 

You may have your vacations now and it may be 
that you escaped the heat wave for a cooler summer 
resort. 

Mrs. Freund joins me in most cordial regards 
for you and Mrs. Pinson. 

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Lear Mr. Pinson: 

The Ne':*: Year is just before the door, and , as 
usually , I look around to see, to whom of our friends I want 
to send our ffood wishes. Suddenly I rememhered you and your 
wife and I realized with regret that we had no news about to^ 
for quite a long time. The last news w^s in some paper, where 
I reed with interest , that you were in Germany with the job 
of reconstructing the Rothschild Library at Frankford. I dont 
know whether you are still working over there or whether you 
did return in the meenti'ne. At any case , I hope that you and 
Mrs. Pinson are alright and ^ send you our best wishes and Gree- 
tings. }fy wife joins me remembering the lovely hours we spent 
with you and your friends in April 44* 

It is almost incredible that sbout four years have passed, 
since we saw you. I have not become younger, but I am healthy, 
( Touch Wood ! ) and feel rather active in general, ^t may be 
interesting for you , ^hat ^ started with giving lessons in 
Latin aid Greek in lay. Now I am teacging German with the Ber- 
litz School of Languages. However , my wife has the main burden, 
earning the greatest part of our living by her retouching work 
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Bucknell University. UUa . our second daughter, is living with 
us. She works as secretary with the Art Museum of Philadelphia 
end takes evening classes with ^enn University. Both of the girls 
want to improve and complete their education and to get a college 
graduation , if possible. In England»* they did interesting and re- 
sponsible work as monitors of the B.B.C. for five years. V.ey have 
learnt quite a lot , but this experi«nee has not been useful to 
them so far, 

I dont know whether this letter will reach you at New York, 
we are looking forward to kriow . where you are and how you are? 
If you should pass Philadelphia by chance, we would be delighted 
to see you with us. 



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My dear Dr. Klapper: 

k meeting ol facility representatives of the colleges 
and universities in New York City has been called in my office, 
Room 42A of the Press Building at 32 Washington Place, for 
Thursday morning, November \U, et 10:30 o»clock. The uurpose 
of this meeting is to organize a consultative council on 
refugee education which I have consented to head. 

Refugee assistance committees have been conducting 
orientation and adjustment programs for newcomers from most 
of the countries of Western Europe. Last semester we experi- 
mented successfully with the problem and secured the cooperation 
of the faculty and graduate students of the School of Education 
of New York 'university . Other schools, here ana elsewhere, 
have also been engaged in the work. V/e feel this is an experi- 
ence that your institutisn will wish to share for there are 
aspects of ttäs sociological and educational problem that are 
significeait. 

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represent it at this initial meeting and let me iuaow who we may 

expect . 

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Detr professor Pinson, 

The enclosed letter from Dean E. George 
Payne of Nev/ York University explains itself. I know 
that you have laio. out for yourself no small program of 
v;ork and I am, therefore, reluctant to ask v/hether you 
v;ould like to represent the College at the meeting. 
Please be frank. If you cannot accept this added chore, 
or if for any reason you prefer not to, I shall understand 
that it is through no lack of interest. 

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T .n wrltlnp 1« «upTiort of the application of ^r. TTan« !*n« to bav« vcwr 
Inatltllla bairMm'carry to conflation hie projactad «tudy of tha Jaw 
In Oarnwny 19lft-1945. 

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and It Bhould be done In a aobar and aoholarly faehlon. 

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trllnad in both r,arr«n hl.tory and Ja.lah hlntory -nd ^-» ^^^J-^^ \^T^ 
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alll ba able to daal alth all thaaa probla»a that are no hlrh y rVnreed 
wllh action m a eobar and .cholarly faahlo« en. ^het he -"^ ^«f «%• 

work that will ba a ganutna contrltwtion ^/°>«l^"^*^;;"^"lJi,^ ^ An6 
»oat uaaful for tha development of .^ood will In the world. ^ e^«n fc^ ^i„d 
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Deer Professor Pinson, 

Last summer I wrote to you concerning your historical 
research and writing on Germany. I do not know whether 
my letter has ever reached you since I did not receive 
any answer from you. 

My friend, Dr. Harry Pross ( whom you mi-ht also know 
from his stay as a Commonwerlth Fund Fellov; in xhe USA), 
asked me last year to write one of the articles in 
a series under the title " German history seen from 
abroad " for the ma<;>;azine' " Deutsche Rundschau , of 
which he is 'tb« editor. 

I was asked to deal with your work, especipUy with 
your book " Modern Germany" . In my letter I ^f^.^^^..^ 
Isked you whether you could ^ive me some more information 
on what other research you had done in the [i^ld of 
Ger^rn history end v.'hether it was possible to send 
mlc I would Gladly return all material) any of your 
publications on that sub.iect for review. 

Since the series has been started last f^ll J" ^^e 

Deutsche Rundschau and since I am now obliged to 

^o ahead with writin^ the article on ^°^^^°°^^^f • . 

ov^iiiPtior This will probat)!-/ ^ive you an idea as to wnai; 
ll^oTZllon lult be helT^ful for Tne concerning your work. 

I thank vou verv nuch for -^oi^r kind help and ar. gladly looking 
forward to your answer, ^^^^ .i^cercly yours, 



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Dear Koppel, 

Since I wrote to you the otner day I haö 
a talit With RaDbl William Rosenbium of Temple 
Israel, an old family friend, ^e was here 
on a flying visit and oropped in with your 
friend Rabbi Rosenberg. They are both very l 
Interested In the situation of Student Aid. 
Rosenberg aifirmed my statements as to tne 
inadequacy of their care and gave a comprenen- 
sive view, -^here were student demonstrations 
m Munich because of this last week. Rosen- 
blum said that he would taKe uo this matter 
with B*nai B'rith and astced ma to send him 
a complete record on It. 

He wiLs-also Interested In the matter of the 
scholarship for Abe Shenltzer and said he 
would discuss both matters witn you upon his 
return to the States tnis weeK^^ 

J- shall call a meeting of "tJOINT Student 
Council on It and send nim a comprehensive 
report as soon as possible. , 

I trust tnat this will serve to bring aoojit 
cooperation In DOth matters oetween you. 



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A| vmp your rasponelvo interest in the needs of the «Jewish 
University Student bodies in the Ameriesn ^one as disoussed on your reoent 
▼is it here I stt>Bit the following report and reoowBeadations, 

There are at present a total of sixhundred and seventy (670) 
students distributed aa follows t 

sarl&neen s 36 Med.-Zahn Med* 

rrankfort t 92 Mad.-*Zahn Med« tTeohnisohe Hoohsohule 

Marburg i30t'(ed«tPhilologie,Volkswirt80haft 

Heidelberg 1 27 Mod«, PhilMogie 

Stuttgart 3$ Teohnisohe Hochschule, AK^adanie d« Kunstflnseneur Schule 

Nunioh I 450 Med.»Teohn*Hoohsohule»i hilosophie, :6ahn Med. 

K onsarvatoriua« 

Total I 670 Students. 

They are vitally in need of supplemental food rations to provide a 
reasonsbly adequate diet. Their present st^ply athough slightly in exoess 
of the preseat aeraan allotaent in estimated caloric «mluet is lacking bath 
in essential variety and notirishment. A small monthly stipend in cash is 
also needed to provide basio inoidental needs. After a eareful analysis 
made with the assistance of Chaplain (Major) öraude, Chaplain Lippman and 
represenatives of the Jewish student bodies it is reooimended that the 
above basio needs could be adequately and most expi4diently met by regular 
monthly shipments of OkRi Packages at the rate of one (1) Package for each 
two (2) students and a monthly stipend of $100.00 for the entire group. 
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?35 monthly OARo: Paolcages : UO.OO 
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The large majority of these students are engaged in the mediwal and 
other applied technical faculties and all of them will have completed 
their coxirses of study within the next three» or at most four years. A 
large number of them intent upon continuing their studies until the 
completion of their courses and award of diplcmas« A few have already 
graduated ami are either working as hospital assistants or in other applied 
positions. All of them ofc course are eagerly awaiting the opportuiity for 
emigration to Palestine» United States and whereever else. It is therefore 
reasonable to expect that the above support will be at most needed for the 
next two or three years and that the presently required budget will tend to 
dacrease. 



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Oct. 9, 1947. 

Dear Koppel; 

Thanks for your efforts in getting A U.S.N. A 
scholarship for Abe, Recording lo recent reports he seems| 
to have a fair chence of its award in the n«ar future. 
1 saw Israel Blumenfeld recently. He promises me a list 
of publications which will interest you ana which ■*■ shall] 
attempt to proarure for you. He is a rery busy ^lan these 
days, increasing his activities in various fiej^ds. 
Am also becoming increasingly busy in a variety of Jewishl 
interests-in audition to a wiaening circle of social con4| 
tacts some of which have been helpful in our public rela 
tions. Renewed activity ana ihe attendance of a new group! 
of GIs ana young officers interested in the UP ''id prog»»j 
ram has also been forming here , We gave a whale o£ a pari 
ty for 100 of o.ur kids from "^glasterhausen here last Sun-| 
day. As soon as JWB had committed me to stay here until 
the end of the year they startea sounding me out on stayi] 
on after the New Year-We shall see. Would however appreci 
ate a months trip to the otates , especially as my broth- 
has recently been left alone by the death of his wife af-| 
ter amny years of happiness with her. 

Did 1 put you on to the enclosea program for the help of 
the students in the Zone. Raobi ^^osenbloom promised to 
lend a hand with it when he was here in Sept. ^o you 
know him?He unuertook to project it with ii'nai B'rith- 
perhaps you can put some staem behinfi it too. 
Pid I teli you how enthusiastic i was ebout your volume 
of '^»tudies of ^'nti-^emitism? I^ve ordered some copies 
to distribute here in quarters where ^ think it wouIq be 
useful, Pfarrer Maas has alreaay made good use of it. 
Send me anything else of similar nature you might think 
useful. 
Fond greetings to you both, 

Sincerely, 




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Dear Kopp«l; 

Here 1 go again. I have , i believe thanked y 
vou for seUing in motlonthe machinery of the Committee 
^f r Y ^ngllltrfcans^ to turn out a -holarship for Abe 

' ff ^^%S"th:rar"p:r a^: infirencfa T.l.£Te- 
fi.iorby She SrcumstaSce that he has up to this point 
^.^^v Provided for by private funds. ^ have sent a 

steamer rebci »a qtfttes ana subsequeüt return, 

r^'^ri %ilfjwiwiula be receptive to'thti. but ther 
Lrsi:romciar.rks to b« Jr^.a out with t.e Amer- 

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Dear Koppel, 

Thank you for your letter. I have got the book and 
I should like to congratulate you on this truly excellent 
work. I sent you a copy of my review some time a^o, 
which may have reached you by now. I am not sure whether 
you read' Hebrew, but I hope that some other reviews of 
the book, In German or ""n^llsh, will be printed In due 
course, and I shall certainly send all the clippings 
to you and to your publisher. — 

With best wishes for the New Year 1955 

&nd kind regards to both of you 
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I am sending you an article which has just appeared 
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your book. 

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article from HAAKETZ, which was published In December. 
It was definitely sent to you and also to MacMlllan In 
December and unfortunately I have not ^ot another copy. 

If by any chance It has not arrived, which I could 
not understand, please drop me a note c/o Haaretz, 
P.O.B, 255, Tel /wlv. I am rolnp to Israel next week 
end can see to It that another copy Is belnp- sent to 
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